A roundup of JCK‘s top stories from the past week.
After its former CEO’s plans for “everyday pricing” led to a dramatic drop in sales, J.C. Penney’s return to sales and discounts is drawing flack—including from NBC’s Today show.
Sears is the traditional place to buy patio furniture and power tools. But Rolexes and $10,000-plus diamond jewelry?
They say third time’s the charm. And judging by the resounding success of JCK Las Vegas 2013 during year No. 3 at Mandalay Bay, they’d be right.
Can’t wait a week to see all of LUXURY Prive’s sparkle? Whet your whistle with our fabulous sneak peek.
The price of gold, which had been heading downwards of late, recrossed the $1,300 benchmark on July 22.
With Univision poised to become the top-rated U.S. TV network for July, the strength of the Hispanic market is clear. So is the opportunity for our industry.
Prettifying the pressure-cooker cattiness on tonight’s episode of Project Runway will be an avalanche of sparkling diamonds hailing from New York City’s legendary Diamond District.
Although she just debuted her first individual line this year, Lisa “Lele” Sadoughi is no stranger to the jewelry industry.
The fact that J.Crew closely monitors its feedback—and even has its CEO contact customers who complain—says a lot about the company.
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Sterling Jewelers has announced the appointments of three new vice presidents.
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